A romantic luxury dog friendly cottage in Somerset
The Quantock Hide is a unique dog friendly luxurious cottage is cradled within the privacy of our country estate, in Kilve Somerset. The property sleeps up to four guests in two bedrooms. It is simply beautiful and is something a bit different - it has a hint of a noble hunting lodge, a Himalayan garden paradise, all watched over by a majestic avenue of 400 year old beech trees. The interior has the loveliest country furnishings, rich fabrics and state-of-the-art 21 century conveniences. The Quantock Hide is a true "home with a heart" and is one of 80 properties to be co-marketed with the UK's top Boutique specialist luxury self-catering agency in the country, who only represent the very best holiday homes that are totally boutique and utterly unique.
The Quantock Hide has a large enclosed garden which is perfect for four-legged family members and there even hot and cold outside taps to deal with those muddy little paws and even muddier MTB's if you are bringing them along. Top off each day with a reviving spar in your own private hot tub and enjoy the symphony preformed by the abundant wildlife surrounding this haven of luxurious tranquility.
This oh so romantic luxury self-catering hideaway is perfect for honeymoons, mini-moons or friends and family who simply want escape to a luxury dog friendly bolt-hole and recharge batteries. Make the most of your holiday at The Quantock Hide with the boutique hotel style services that are available. Book a gorgeous massage in the privacy of your own cottage. Order restaurant-quality local food freshly cooked to be delivered to your door. Celebrating a special occasion; have flowers and champers sent to your cottage, or for night out wander down the lane to the dog friendly country pub where a warm welcome awaits. And don't forget your own hot tub beneath the stars awaits you.
Somerset is the ideal location particularly for mini-breaks as it offers the best of the English countryside, yet is two hours closer to London and the Midlands than Cornwall or South Devon. Enjoy stunning beaches, swaths of open moorland and delicious local fayer and not forgetting the world-famous ciders and ales. The county’s rural character means it’s the perfect place to bring your dogs who will enjoy getting out and about as much as you will and they will love the fact that they have found a holiday home that truly welcomes them and not just tolerates them.
C Emma Oliver 2016